After a bye week the fellas are back recapping BLACKtie weekend, Killa’s trip to Atlanta, Lala’s death on Power, NBA vs the Chinse Government, NBA season predictions. Plus, their top 10 hip hop songs of all time! Stay connected with the fellas @Dj_Killa_Kev & @1KevNash on twitter & IG! Don’t forget you can find the pod on the Tunein app & stitcher app.
Stark Folk Band is a rock band from the Miami Valley. They’ve recently released, When Odysseus Wept, “Our conception of this album was that of a classic ten song rock album, like those of 1970’s, which take the listener on a journey. The songs were developed over multiple years and much care was put into the sequencing of the album, thus the vinyl format is the ideal way to “experience it”
Brady Lee Burkett & Ryan Shaffer have been home-recording for some twenty-odd years, under various names including A Landscape Yesterday, Stark Folk & Stark Folk Band. Current members also include bassist Dave Jurcsisn & drummer Jeremy Malchow.
The Basement Lounge is a podcast ran by Mike Shea. Hello there, my name is Mike Shea, and you’re listening to The Basement Lounge
This is the cool, relaxed space where you’ll get to hear interviews with entertainers, discussions about cocktails, chats about movies, and so much more.
Brand new programming brought to you wherever podcasts are available!
Grab a drink, kick back, and relax because you’re in The Basement Lounge!
- THE BASEMENT LOUNGE
- Main Show
- Every Friday
- Weekly chill-ass conversation with a member of the entertainment industry (working-class level) + a local level musical guest. Comedians, podcasters, filmmakers & actors, musicians, etc.
- MONTHLY MOVIE MELTDOWN
- Debate & Discussion
- First Monday of Every Month
- Breaking down the hottest movie news and topics with Travis Diffenderfer.
- MIKE TALKS MOVIES
- Movie Reviews
- Every Other Tuesday
- Mike reviews movies as he sees them.
- THROW ONE BACK
- Cocktail Recipes
- Once A Month
- Mike has on a guest to discuss their favorite cocktail while sharing said cocktail and also trying a new cocktail recipe for the first time on the air.
- SCHMOEDOWN RECAP
- Reaction Show
- Every Monday
- Up-to-date reactions to public matches in the Movie Trivia Schmoedown.
McGuff and the Dumpster Fires – Skywalker
- Up-to-date reactions to public matches in the Movie Trivia Schmoedown.
Get to know the elected officials who represent you and make an educated vote. The candidates for Dayton City Commission took part in a forum on Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. at the main branch of the Dayton Metro Library, 215 E. Third Street.
Meet the candidates:
Christopher L. Shaw
The forum is sponsored by The League of Women Voters, UpDayton, Dayton Daily News, WHIO TV and Radio and DATV. The forum will stream live on DaytonDailyNews.com
and air at a later date on DATV.
Are you registered to vote? October 7 is the deadline for voter registration for Nov. 5 general election.
Note: You must live within the City of Dayton and be registered to vote to have a say in which two candidates will be on Dayton City Commission.
This with Kev Nash & DJ Killa Kev are joined by the good brother Mike Wilson! They talk about BLACKtie Weekend, Mike’s unique childhood in Cincinnati, how he became a Duke basketball fan, the Amber Guyer situation, and lots of embarrassing stories about Kev Nash and much more! Stay connected with the fellas @Dj_Killa_Kev & @1KevNash on twitter & IG! Don’t forget you can find the pod on the Tunein app & stitcher app.
Don Thrasher is one of the local heroes when it comes to covering local music. @theizzyrock chats with Don about the upcoming Local Music Day.
Don Thrasher has been playing music since 1982 and writing about it professionally since 1993. He has been a contributing writer for the Dayton Daily News since 2003 and has written for publications such as The Dayton Voice, In These Times, Sponic and Moo. Thrasher helped form the punk rock trio the New Creatures with a couple of neighborhood pals in suburban Dayton in 1982. He went on to play drums with acts such as Guided By Voices, Swearing At Motorists, Johnny Smoke and Lonesome Tumblers, to name a few. He has been a member of Smug Brothers since 2008. “Land Baron of Barren Lands” is the first release from his electronic music project Crossfade Rivals.
The first Local Music Day, held in Dayton, Ohio on November 8-9 at the Yellow Cab Tavern! Think of it like Record Store Day but instead of you buying that one Eagles record again, you’ll be buying exclusive releases from local artists made especially for this event. You need this.
NEW RELEASES FROM: Overthought Musik, Roley Yuma, MOIRA+TINO, Me & Mountains, Smug Brothers, Andy Gabbard, Mike Bankhead Music+The Paint Splats, Dirty/Clean, Human Cannonball, Sympathetic Buzz, XL427, Crossfade Rivals and more…
Saturday at 7pm: Lioness, Moira+Tino, Human Cannonball, Smug Brothers
Two-day tickets are $15 in advance and one-day tickets are $10 at the door. Cover starts both days at 7pm. This show is all ages, with guests under 18 requiring a guardian.
Tickets are available here.
Presale Tickets end on Thursday, November 7 at 11:30pm.
Produced by Ten High Productions.
It’s the return of Curtis Mann! Kev Nash & DJ Killa Kev talk with Curt about this weekend’s Rock Da Vote Rally, how he got involved with Neighborhoods Over Politics! Plus, the rundown for BLACKtie 2019! Which includes the All Black Party, Homecoming Skating Party, Dub State Tailgate Party, Stroll Competition, and The Gala! Stay connected with the fellas @Dj_Killa_Kev & @1KevNash on twitter & IG! Don’t forget you can find the pod on the Tunein app & stitcher app.
Seth Gilliam & The Fake News is an Alternative band based out of Dayton, OH featuring musicians Seth Gilliam (Guitar, Vocals), Trae Craggette (Bass, Vocals), Dan Spaugy (Guitar), and Scott Rogers (Drums). Forming in late 2017, the band quickly gelled and have been playing shows all around Ohio, and are looking forward to releasing their debut album later on this year.
Yellow Cab Tavern host Seth Gilliam & the Fake News debut album release party on October 11 with The New Old-Fashioned, Neo American Pioneers, Logan Ross
On Friday, October 11 The Yellow Cab Tavern is excited to host the debut album release party for Misconstrued by Seth Gilliam & the Fake News. Cover charge begins at 7:00pm, and music starts at 8:00pm with support from The New Old-Fashioned, Neo American Pioneers, and Logan Ross. Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 on the day of the event.
“It’s been great evolving the band over these first two years of playing together,” said Seth Gilliam. “A lot of times debut albums have a hard capturing that growth, but I couldn’t be happier with how this album sounds.”
Misconstrued was recorded on 24 tracks to 2 inch tape at Reel Love Recording Company in Dayton. Recording analog inspired the band to perform many of the songs live in studio and the resulting album is full of live energy further enhanced by Patrick Himes signature production style.
“Working with Patrick at Reel Love was great,” Gilliam continued. “We’ve shared enough bills and beers that he really knows the band and nailed it for our debut. Having him here in Dayton is great for the scene.”
Seth Gilliam & the Fake News debut album release party is at the Yellow Cab Tavern on Friday, October 11 at 7pm with support from The New Old-Fashioned, Neo American Pioneers, and Logan Ross. Pre-sale tickets are available for $7 at https://www.soundvalleydayton.com/events/seth-gilliam-the-fake-news-album-release-show
or can be purchased at the door for $10.
More information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/events/2432300700423535/
Yellow Cab Tavern host Seth Gilliam & the Fake News debut album release party with The New Old-Fashioned, Neo American Pioneers, Logan Ross
Friday, October 11th at 7:00pm
700 E Fourth Street in downtown Dayton, Ohio
After the 2016 Presidential election, a new progressive movement started called Indivisible. A chapter was formed here in Dayton, which is known as DIFA- District 10 Indivisible For All. In this interview, we speak to the leader of this group, Melissa Rodriguez, about the history, goals and challenges this movement faces.
DIFA seeks to mobilize the Greater Dayton community to promote an inclusive agenda and protect the rights of all people living in the U.S., citizens and non-citizens alike. “We will resist intolerance, racism, and authoritarianism through peaceful and powerful means.” The organization provides opportunities for people to get involved in organized actions that focus on local, state, and federal issues as they come up. They need people who are willing to make phone calls, show up at rallies, visit their congressional offices, and send postcards. They also need people who are willing to tell their story and show how legislation impacts the community. They are also seeking folks who can research and track current and upcoming legislation. If you feel compelled to get involved or just more informed, see links below!
McGuff and the Dumpster Fires – Bank Vault
HOW TO GET INVOLVED:
DIFA- District 10 Indivisible For All public FB page
DIFA District 10 Indivisible For All closed FB group
DIFA- District 10 Indivisible For All website
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